Say Editor - intellisense style RDFa annotation


#1

Say Editor

Intellisense style annotations of documents with RDFa as you type. Open source project - TLDR link.

Looks very interesting to say the least:

https://say-editor.com/


Universal Expression Parser for semantic web
#2

Looks really interesting but this is another more thing to add to my things to look at , thxs :wink::+1::muscle:


#3

Yes, it looks well worth a play but I have to much to do too!


#4

#5

This part seems to be a partial answer to a question I was about to post.:

Reuse and share information

The documents you create with Say are smart. The data inside them can be recognised, extrapolated, shared & reused by making use of RDF libraries.


#6

Hi all. I’m one of those behind the Say Editor and can answer questions here if you’d like. We can help out if you’re tinkering with it, would like to build something, or want further explanation.

Expect the documentation relating to the tutorial to be slightly cleaned and extended in the near future.


#7

thxs . I think I’ll give a try soon. But what is the difference with a standard editor?
Could I use it to replace the easyMde editor that I use in my Todo/ notepad app?


#8

Great to have you here! Do you know if there’s a short video demo available somewhere? I tried to see what it looked/worked like, but couldn’t really find anything…


#9

HTML and RDFa are inherently nested. Based on the nesting you receive a certain context. Most editors are not great at handling nested structure. The idea behind say-editor is that we could have good hinting based on the provided context.

To give a (not so great but simple) example:

<div typeof="Person">
  name: Aad Versteden
</div>

You would want an editor to ask you to annotate Aad Versteden as a foaf:name, rather than as a dct:subject.

This inherent nesting becomes more complex andvaluable as more content is understood. The case of legal decisions is a nice one in that regard but I strongly suspect most conversations and literature to consist of such nested structures.

In terms of plugging it in: it reads HTML (though not all of it, like most editors), and it spits out HTML. Should be feasible to use as a replacement.

I’d be personally interested to see the interaction with TODO apps as I’m really interested in optimizing that workflow and tasks come from many more places than such apps seem to recognize. Do ping!


#10

Glad to be here. Never had sufficient reason to post :slight_smile:

Would it help to add a video to show the result of the “Getting Started” tutorial at https://say-editor.com/docs/plugins/getting-started ? I’m working in the area of that documentation so it shouldn’t be too hard to add a quick recording. The other material we are working in is Dutch which isn’t the most friendly.

Also very open to discuss current shortcomings, limitations, and possibilities if you’d like to know more. Video chat is possible too if we can pin a time.


#11

That would absolutely be great, would lower the barrier to entry quite a bit. Right now it’s a bit hard to imagine what the result will look like, and going through that whole tutorial just to get an idea of what it does is a bit much :slight_smile:


#12

Or is there a demo somewhere?


#13

@Smag0 Good idea, we’ll add a trivial live example in the future.